Pimped out nails are in
Pimped out cars are out. But pimped out nail designs are everywhere. Accent nails, neon, glittered, patterned and blinged out – an ordinary polish job just doesn’t cut it anymore. But the cost for a jazzed up manicure at your favorite salon can be expensive. With a manicure ranging from $35 to $60 it can really add up and fast.
Celebrities have a team of people to keep them looking gorgeous. Us, on the other hand, have to be creative and frugal. However, with a little creativity you can achieve these fabulous manicures at home for under $10. The solution – nail stickers (or polish strips).
No steady hand required
Nail artists are skilled at designing amazing nail art designs with a brush, polish and a steady hand. Nail stickers take all the know-how out of creating intricate designs. They are easy to apply, lasts for days and come in dozens (and I mean dozens) of designs.
All about accents
Use your favorite nail polish and find a coordinated set of nail stickers. You can use the nail strips for accent nails – usually the ring and thumb nails. You can also use more than one design. The combinations and possibilities are plentiful. You can get very creative by mixing colors, prints, finishes and even textures.
Above all, it’s fun
Doing these types of manicures at home are easy and fun. They also save you a ton of money. A set of nail stickers (or polish strips) retail for about $6 and can be used for multiple manicures.
Give one of these funky manicure looks a try. You’ll be amazed at how much fun you’ll have doing them and how great they look. Give your manicure a bit of celebrity treatment.
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